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Cell Phones are among many driver distractions that lead to crashes, but not a leading cause of driver distraction. These distractions include: attending to children, rubbernecking, adjusting vehicle controls, eating, drinking, reading, personal grooming and smoking.
A 2003 University of North Carolina study funded by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety concluded that cell phones ranked next to last on a list of common distractions for drivers.AAA is concerned about driver distractions and educates motorists about the dangers of cell phone use and driving.
AAA has a zero tolerance for using a phone while driving.
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